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Weekend Shopping: Adidas Originals x Palace Pop Up for Pro-Level Chic Athleticwear

Image courtesy of Adidas Originals Adidas is now the industry standard for athletic partnerships with design’s avant-garde–from their ongoing collab with Y-3 to smaller collections with everyone from Jeremy Scott and Rick Owens to Pharrell and Kanye. Though their newest collaboration with Palace–the British skate brand–is high-fashion (Palace is sold at Dover Street Market, so it’s [...]

September 27, 2014 0
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J.Crew Goes to Brooklyn

New Yorkers depending on the oft-malfunctioning L train will no longer have to commute to get the latest from the brilliant mind of Jenna Lyons. And why would they want to, thanks to all the unique design features at the new location. J.Crew’s newest storefront opened today Williamsburg, a neighborhood becoming more of a shopping/eating/etc. [...]

September 27, 2014 0
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Kirsten Dunst and Viggo Mortensen Talk Bonding On Set, Paparazzi, & ‘The Two Faces of January’

“We had a lot of fun, and that doesn’t always happen,” said Viggo Mortensen when we sat down to chat about The Two Faces of January alongside his co-star Kirsten Dunst. And for the two Hollywood stars, it wasn’t only the thrilling story that caught their attention, but the passion of writer and director Hossein [...]

September 27, 2014 0
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Friday Night Fur: Get Dolled Up with Ferragamo

Anni Jürgenson (Marilyn) photographed by Ben Rosenzweig in NYC Going somewhere? Friday nights in early fall call for fuzzed up glam. Ferragamo’s fun-sized Fiamma and Reed Krakoff’s electric fur heels‘ll do the trick. Just add this Karolyn Pho tux dress for an all out gorgeous evening — you’ll look cozy and stay cool. Check out all [...]

September 27, 2014 0
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Concerts to See This Week: MØ, Junglepussy, The Raveonettes, + More

Thursday, September 25 It’s ladies’ night at Webster Hall as the MØ and Holychild tour hits NYC. The Danish singer and the LA duo provide two sides to synth-pop empowerment, and you’re sure to leave feeling a little more alive. 7:30pm, 125 E. 11th Street, New York, NY. Color your life with psych-rock at the [...]

September 26, 2014 0
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Chris Corbin and Jeremy King Open Glamorous Beaumont Hotel in London

It can almost seem as if New York and London are locked in an escalating pissing match these days, to determine which city can cut the ceremonial ribbons on the most boutique / luxury / hipster / whatever new hotels. For our part, we’re still trying to sort out who is filling all those $699 rooms. [...]

September 26, 2014 0
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The Bronx is Breathing: Trailblazing Organization WHEDco Builds Up NYC’s Poorest Borough

The Bronx. There’s a big zoo up there. The Botanical Gardens. Also, duh, Yankee stadium. Tons of parks—the biggest one in NYC is up there, Pelham Bay Park, but you’ve probably never heard of it. It’s got an impressive musical track record as the birthplace of industry giants ranging from Herbie Hancock to Tito Puente, [...]

September 26, 2014 0
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RaatCity Gets Down in Kit Neale for Your Viewing (and Sharing) Pleasure

London designer Kit Neale’s fall 1’4 collection is a perfect match for RaatCity. The collection, which features quirky rat illustrations that read equal parts creepy and cute has been pre-formatted to be RTS (ready-to-share, haha). Just download an image, tag @Kitneale and #editorialgram and welcome to the oh-so-seamless world of fashion for Instagram or Instagram for [...]

September 25, 2014 0
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Australian Dream Pop: Sunbeam Sound Machine’s Trippy New Video

Australian musicians have been climbing the ranks of American popularity over the past few years. Pumping out smooth, listenable dream pop from the likes of Flume, Chet Faker, and Tame Impala, Australia continues the trend with Sunbeam Sound Machine. Brainchild of Melbourne-based multi-instrumentalist Nick Sowersby, Sunbeam Sound Machine’s recently released the lead single “Real Life” [...]

September 25, 2014 0
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Exclusive Premiere: Shira Finds Herself and Some Self Love in “Handlebars”

Israeli-turned-Brooklynite singer Shira’s new music video for “Handlebars” incorporates all the mischievous, imaginative weaponry, identity twists, and paradoxical fashions one associates with psychological thrillers. But the video is light and harmless, feeling more like a nonsensical dream set on the streets of New York than anything horrific. While it’s second nature for us to try [...]

September 25, 2014 0
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